Bowspirit Kids say "Dankeschön" | "Thanks a lot " | "Merci" | "Tak" | "Kiitos" | "Tack" | "Bedankt" | "Gracias"
Press releases • Mar 28, 2019 04:15 -12
Bowspirit Kids would like to thank all participants of this year's Shipbroker's Dinner in Lübeck for their generous support of their project.
Press releases • Mar 17, 2019 23:25 -12
The Bowspirit Kids Group has been nominated for the Mynewsdesk Digital PR Award GSA in the category "Best NGO Newsroom". Every year Mynewsdesk honours particularly successful and inspiring PR work with this award in a total of six categories. A selected jury of experts now identifies the winners in the various categories on the basis of a fixed catalogue of qualitative and quantitative criteria.
Press releases • Feb 25, 2019 23:00 -12
Bowspirit Kids want to help sick and traumatised children and teenagers deal with the foul that life has played to them. To do this, they want to buy an older passenger ferry and convert it into a "floating playroom".
Press releases • Jan 15, 2019 23:05 -12
In an interview with Heinrich Wilhelm Driver, Michael Speckenbach (49), a lawyer from Lübeck (Germany), explains why he founded Bowspirit Kids, why he used everything he had for this purpose, and why this project will not only change the lives of potential little guests in the short run.
Press releases • Nov 15, 2018 21:00 -12
With a world record attempt the Bowspirit Kids start the crowdfundraising phase for their floating holiday and recreation camp for sick and traumatised children.
Press releases • Nov 05, 2018 02:00 -12
Wouldn't it be great if there was a place where sick and traumatised children could go to relax and unwind? Where the seriousness of the disease and the worries of family and friends could be forgotten for a time? A place where it doesn't matter where you come from, but who you are.
Press releases • Oct 31, 2018 23:00 -12
We are convinced that our young guests are something very special - precisely because of the curve ball that life supposedly threw at them. We see them as the rough diamonds of our future society. Even if people in their environment and perhaps even they themselves may hardly believe this is possible when they come aboard the ship, these children belong in the first row - right up at the front.